Summer Climate Justice Fellow at 350 Vermont – You can pursue your own organizing work while gaining experience working with the team of a grassroots climate justice non-profit organization. Generally your time will be split between supporting 350VT’s mission, and (if your fellowship is more than 20 hours/week) working on an independent organizing project or related organizing work with another group.
Wondering about finding the right program for you?
Take the next step and register to chat with leading graduate schools who specialize in international affairs and public policy from anywhere in the world! The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) invites undergrad students to an International Affairs and Public Policy Graduate School Fair.
WHEN: September 30, 2020
TIME: 11:00am – 1:30pm ET
Representatives of APSIA members will be available to connect with prospective students. You can learn about masters and PhD programs around the world and they cananswer your questions about:
curricula and joint degrees,
financial aid, and
This event is free and online. MARK YOUR CALENDARS TODAY!
Get a unique view of city life while supporting programs with alums from the College, Middlebury Institute and the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Middlebury in DC office. You can also conduct research and support the work of others in the office with their publications.
Many students have enjoyed this experience over the last few summers! Apply now here in Handshake. Deadline is extended!
The application for applying for funding for an unpaid internship is this Sunday, April 14th. Check out the many internship and job opportunities in Handshake with applications due this week in sectors such as the environment, nonprofits, international affairs and development, local and state governments, agriculture and energy. The listing in Handshake is HERE.
STILL LOOKING FOR A PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP? There are 9 funded CCI internships that I want to draw your attention to. They are really diverse: the arts, international social impact, climate change, food systems, etc. These come with funding so you do not need to go through the application process that you would to apply for funding with the April 14th deadline, but you still need to meet the deadlines and submit the required paperwork. Check them out in handshake HERE.
Check out over 100 internship and job opportunities in Handshake with applications due this week in sectors such as the environment, nonprofits, international affairs and development, local and state governments, agriculture and energy. The listing in Handshake is HERE.